BCHF News

BCHF News

A commemorative plaque unveiled last week in Barkerville officially recognizes the contributions of Chinese Canadians to BC’s rich cultural, historical and economic mosaic. The plaque,...

A docent is a person who acts as a guide, typically on a voluntary basis, in a museum, art gallery, or zoo. Let's just think...

The 2017 BC Studies Conference on the theme "(Un)Settling British Columbia" will be held May 4-6, 2017, at Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo. For information...

Interested in becoming a Director with the BCHF? As our Annual General Meeting (AGM) approaches in May 2017, we are seeking names of persons interested...
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The BC government has followed up on its 2014 formal apology for historical wrongs committed against the Chinese-Canadian community with a bill to repeal...
BCHD Conference 2017 Chilliwack

Registration for the BCHF Conference 2017 taking place May 25-28th - Chilliwack: Land, Water, People - is now open. View Conference Schedule Register Now The event features three pre-conference...

Sad news was received that Alice Marwood passed away last week. Alice was a founding member of the British Columbia Genealogical Society and served...

In celebration of Canada 150, our special issue of 2017 showcases the stories of people and communities who called British Columbia home prior to...

For those interested, the minutes from the October 2016 BCHF Council meeting are now available on our Council Records page.

BC Studies invites you to participate in a province-wide project to generate a gallery of “digital postcards” that depict “monuments” in diverse areas of...